The Feelings Game

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Discerning emotions and intent from facial expressions can be difficult for many learners, particular those with autism spectrum disorder. Help class members practice reading faces with an interactive resource that features three pictures and an emotion word to match to the correct image.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Assign for homework as a tool for parent support
  • Use with a class set of tablets or laptops
  • Encourage pupils to draw pictures of each emotion as they perceive them
  • Include in an assessment for an IEP
Classroom Considerations

  • Resource links to the publisher's software program that is designed for autistic learners and is available for purchase
Pros

  • Pictures are in color and are demonstrative
  • Provides four picture options (girl, women, men, and all faces)
Cons

  • None